Carlos I Hotel
Travel Blogs from Benidorm
... our steps to the green and white trail markers. The path narrowed and we realized it was probably often used by goats which are herded in the area. Before long we were in a dry river bed walking upward toward toward the ocher mines. The geology of the area was fascinating to us and we stopped several time to examine different stone formations.
We stopped for a "banana break" before continuing up to the stone dam. It was impressive and substantial for such ...
... be accommodated but we weren't thrilled to learn there would be two narratives, English and Spanish. That meant the tour was twice as long.
Of course if you don't book a private tour this is likely to happen. If we plan to do it again we will look at that option.
The guide did a good job of moving our large group from location to location with a bit of history about the city and things we were passing as we walked.
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Knowing that there would be lots of reservations for lunch we call Baeza to be sure we could secure a table.
Then we walked the last few kilometers to the restaurant. Maureen's husband couldn't walk with us today, but met us there for lunch!
We had a lovely day, and wonderful lunch and a good bit of exercise too. But instead of climbing the mountains we admired them from the beach!
... has a local clinic where a resident registers. They are then assigned a personal Medical Doctor. If you don’t like your MD or your clinic, you can always change clinics and/or MD. You can book an appointment with your MD or you can always drop in if needed.
There is a limit on health-care fees each person pays per year; The normal fee is $20-$30 for each visit to a doctor, regardless if they are a private doctor or work at ...
... Club. We've also joined U3A (University of the Third Age)
Here's a brief description from the organization's webpage:
The University of the Third Age (U3A) movement is an unique and exciting organization which provides, through its U3As, life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities. Retired and semi-retired people come together and learn together, not for qualifications but for its ...